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Manette Bridge Replacement

Bremerton, WA


    • Eight bridge piers contain two drilled shafts each and form the foundation for the new bridge.
    • Bridge shafts are 12 ft. diameter, reinforced concrete ranging from 75 ft. to 125 ft. in length.
    • New bridge built within 3 ft. of the old bridge
    • In-water demolition of the old bridge


    2012 | Storm Water Solutions Magazine | 2012 Top Project
    2012 | AGC of Washington | Partnership for Excellence in Contract Administration
    2013 | Washington Aggregates & Concrete Association | Excellence in Concrete Construction


Built in 1930, the original Manette bridge was deemed structurally deficient in the 2000s and inadequate to accommodate increasingly busy traffic from the community of Manette to downtown Bremerton. The Manson-led joint venture team constructed the new 1,550 ft. long pre-stressed, post-tensioned concrete girder bridge just south of the old steel truss bridge and improved travel by adding shoulders and widening the pedestrian walkway.

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